Did you know that COBE students can earn academic credit for internship hours? Here are some basic requirements to consider for your internship.
- Internship duties must align with a COBE academic discipline and meet planned learning objectives
- Registration for academic credit is subject to approval by each department
- For-credit internships typically have pre-requites such as junior/senior standing, minimum GPA, etc.
- Every 45-50 hours worked equals 1 academic credit
- You must complete all your internship hours in the same semester that you apply for academic credit
During required undergraduate advising, ask a COBE Academic Advisor if you can use internship credit toward your degree and major. An advisor will help identify if you need credit and where it fits into your degree plan. Need to meet outside of required advising? Contact COBE Advising today. Gradate students should speak with their program chair or assigned faculty advisor.
After you have met with an advisor, use COBE Career Services to find and apply to different internship opportunities. Schedule with a career coach to draft your resume, practice for interviews, or target specific business industry internships. Want to start exploring now? Find opportunities on the COBE Internship and Job Board to get started.
Once you have found an internship and accepted an offer, complete the following steps to apply for academic credit.
- Log into your myBoiseState account.
- Start your electronic application by clicking the plus (+) sign next to “Internship Application for Academic Credit” on the left-hand side of the application page.
- Fill out the application with as much detail as you are able.
- Complete the required online orientation and quiz.
Please note, the main University Career Services office runs this portion of the application process. Contact Career Services directly for technical assistance or to review more information about the application process.
After you submit your application, it will be routed to your department internship coordinator (listed below) and your internship supervisor (external organization or company contact) for approval. For this reason, we suggest communicating with both prior to submitting your application.
Please note, you will not be registered for your internship credit(s) until your department internship coordinator and internship supervisor approve your application.
Once your application is approved, the Registrar’s Office will manually add your internship credits to your class schedule.
You must submit and obtain approval for all application materials by the following deadline(s).
SUMMER 2020 – July 1, 2020.
FALL 2020 – September 9, 2020.
SPRING 2021 – February 19, 2021.
COBE Internship Coordinators
|Accountancy||Fred Christensen||fchriste@ boisestate.edu||(208)426-1472
|Business and Economic Analytics||Tim Chenoweth||timchenoweth@ boisestate.edu||(208)426-2901
|Career Track MBA||Trisha Lamb||trishastevenslamb@ boisestate.edu||(208)426-1120
|Information Technology Management||Tim Chenoweth||timchenoweth@ boisestate.edu||(208)426-2901
|International Business||Bastian Thomsen||bastianthomsen@ boisestate.edu||(208)426-2633
|Economics||Chris Loucks||cloucks@ boisestate.edu||(208)426-1468
|Finance||Garrett McBrayer||garrettmcbrayer@ boisestate.edu||(208)426-2713
|Management: Human Resources, General Business, Entrepreneurship, Non Profit||Gundars Kaupins||gkaupins@ boisestate.edu||(208)426-4014
|Marketing||David Hunt||dhunt@ boisestate.edu||(208)426-1514
|Supply Chain Management||Regis Terpend||registerpend@ boisestate.edu||(208)426-2949
Using Financial Aid
The University bills internship credit at the same rate as regular academic credit. There is a deadline to have your application approved if you plan to use internship credits toward Financial Aid Eligibility. That deadline is typically noon on the 10th day of classes. Contact Financial Aid for more support.